The Sherman Historical Society was founded in 1975 with
- To bring together people interested in the town's history.
- To collect and preserve objects which help to establish or illustrate
- To acquire and manage any property available to the Society.
- To interest young people in their town's heritage
- To publish historical information, and to maintain a library of
Kids@Cobbler Shop program Info Announced
Donation Dates for 2013 BARN SALE
The Sherman Historical Society will hold its annual
Barn Sale on Memorial Day weekend, May 25, from 9
am to 4 pm. Our volunteers will staff the Red Barn at
10 Route 37 Center to accept donations of antiques,
collectables, furniture, dishes, china, linens, household
items, tools, art, outdoor equipment, gardening tools,
children’s toys & games, and more.
Donated items should be of good quality, and may
be dropped off at the Red Barn on the following Saturdays
from 10am – 2pm: April 13, 20, 27 and May 4, 11 and 18. A donation receipt for tax purposes will be issued.
Please note: WE CANNOT accept clothing, computers,
electronics, luggage, stuffed animals or heavy exercise
For a small fee, we will arrange to
have larger items picked up from your home and delivered
to the Barn prior to sale day (please leave a
message at 860 354-3083.
The proceeds from the Barn Sale help to underwrite
the Society’s operating and programming costs and to
maintain our buildings ─ including the Northrop
House Museum, the Old Store Museum & Gift Shop,
the Red Barn and the Roger Sherman Cobbler Shop.
These buildings are part of the historic district, and
great pride to the town of Sherman.
For more information,
(please leave a message at 860-354-3083).